Real estate board marks 100 years, names new president

by Steve Randall15 Mar 2019

It was a momentous occasion for the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver this week as it marked 100 years of service and innovation.

The board has published a video looking back over its history from humble beginnings to its role in 2019 with a membership of more than 14,000 Realtors and real estate brokers in communities across the region.

This week also marked the beginning for a new president for 2019/20 as Ashley Smith took up the role to succeed Phil Moore.

Ms. Smith became a Realtor in 2008 and became one of REBGV’s youngest ever board members in 2012.

“I look forward to representing my real estate colleagues and serving my professional association in this, our 100th year in business,” Smith said. “The Realtor profession is about representing, guiding and protecting the home buying and selling public and helping to build healthy, prosperous, and sustainable communities. Since 1919, REBGV and its members have been working to advance these goals across our region.”

She will be supported by president-elect Colette Gerber and vice-president Taylor Biggar.


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